Get down to some bare-bones learning! Sure, the knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone, and the toe bone’s connected to the foot bone, but what are those bones really called? Introduce the fun of science to young learners with a zany, light-up puzzle. This fun Napoleon Bone Apart app builds vocabulary and knowledge of the human skeleton as players complete the puzzle bone by bone. It also highlights the size and shape of each bone, boosting visual and spatial perception skills. Watch the highlighted cues, and put together Napoleon, the friendly skeleton, from a pile of bones. Hear the bones click into place, as the scientific name is pronounced and displayed. When Napoleon is complete, watch him dance a little jig!
• Light-up positioning cues
• Display of scientific names of bones
• Charming animation
Skills: anatomy; vocabulary; visual perception; spatial perception; hand-eye coordination; fine motor skills
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